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Back-To-Back Wins For Contreras???

September 2nd at Cleveland Indians

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Sirloin Steak Rare
It is a rarity for our Sox to be on the right end of a blow-out this year!

Short Take:Our Sox pounded out 18 hits, scoring in 5 different innings, to win their first road game in 4 weeks, blanking Cleveland 8-0.

Jose, can you see, a personal two-game winning streak? What so proudly we hail'd at the Sox' last game in Cleveland? In a game where our Sox scored early and often, Jose Contreras pitched a gem in an 8-0 shutout of the Cleveland Indians at Jacobs Field.

Our Palehose ended up scoring in all even-numbered innings, as well as the final one. A big crooked number went up on the board in the second, as, with the bases loaded, Jerry Owens walked in AJ Pierzynski. Not much later did Jim Thome knock in both Danny Richar and Andy Gonzalez, giving our Beloved a quick 3-0 lead. Juan Uribe got in during the fourth on a fielding error by Asdrubal Cabrera, increasing our Sox' lead by a run.

Scott Podsednik, who has seen very limited action all year, scored on a single by Pierzynski in the sixth, while Darin Erstad homered to deep right center in the eighth, giving our Palehose a nice 6-0 lead going into the final frame of the game; but, after being on the wrong end of several blow-outs the past couple of weeks, Chicago wanted to administer a shellaking of their own, tacking on a couple more in the nineth on a single by Owens, scoring Richar, as well as a GIDP by Podsednik, scoring Uribe. Scoring over! Checkmate, Cleveland!

It's about time we got to see our guys on the right end of a blow-out! Hopefully our Men in Black are now able to finish off the last few weeks of this season on the right foot playing the role of a spoiler and get themselves out of last place. They have a day off tomorrow (very rare for them on a Labor Day) before opening a series at Comerica Park in Detroit, where they are 5-1 this season, on Tuesday night. Tune in to WCIU at 6:05 for the first pitch, as Jon Garland takes the mound against Jeremy Bonderman.

Back to the Grind Update:
In the sixth inning, Scott Podsednik stole second and scored on a single by AJ Pierzynski.

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